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Low voter turnout recorded in Hyderabad civic polls

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 1 December 2020
A low voter turnout was recorded in the high-stakes Hyderabad civic polls on Tuesday with 35.80 per cent of voters exercising their franchise till 5pm,as the BJP slammed the ruling TRS for the low polling percentage.
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